Why did the colonies begin to seek freedom?

A consumerist colonial policy based on oppression of indigenous peoples could not last forever. The colonies rebelled and strove for independence. The population of the colonies was made up not only of aborigines, but also thousands of people who moved from the Old World. They formed the backbone of the future population of many colonies. Building infrastructure in a new place, erecting factories and factories, establishing agriculture, these citizens did not want to enrich the rulers of distant countries. Significant social and political changes took place in these lands which led to the War of Independence.

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